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Thread: Peaches and Bowl

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    Peaches and Bowl

    Tools used: Brush, loaded knife and soft knife...hope you like this one
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    Steve... a remarkable achievement !!...the soft peaches and the shiny silver dish with reflections are a difficult subject but you have done it very well.. you should be quite happy with this painting... I really like the work.. you are making great strides in your work

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    Yes well done Steve. No easy subject painting reflections. You did great. Really like the colors you've chosen.

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    The colors in those peaches are out of this world! Perfect representation of the skin. And the shiny material of the bowl is also cool. What a jump! Excellent.
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    Feel as if I could reach out and touch that soft velvety skin on the peach, the reflections in the bowl are really great, well done Steve
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    It just gets better and better with your fine still lifes!
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    Steve, well done, this is very nice and really like the way you put your shadows in to sit the subject down, great work

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    The colors in this are wonderful. I especially like the reflective quality in the cup. Nicely done.

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